Tracadie Sheila is a town of Saumarez Parish, Gloucester County, New Brunswick, Canada. Until 1991, Tracadie Sheila was actually Tracadie and Sheila. The town of Tracadie was incorporated in 1966 and the village of Sheila on October 1, 1978. On January 1, 1992, their merger led to the forming of Tracadie Sheila.
In Tracadie Sheila, approximately 96% of the residents speak only French, while 3% speak just English. The remaining percent is represented by foreigners who speak none of these two. In present, Tracadie Sheila has about 5,000 residents and an area of 25 square kilometers. If you plan visiting it, you should stop in the places indicated below.
Musee Historique de Tracadie is the official history museum of the city. This was initially the museum of Tracadie, but since the merger and the birth of Tracadie Sheila, this museum depicts the history of the former city and that of the current one that was recently formed. This is the perfect place to admire artifacts and memorabilia of the settlers of the old city of Tracadie and newer objects that recently became the property of the museum, since this also approaches the incorporation of Tracadie Sheila.
O Vieux Phare is a family restaurant located in the city of Tracadie Sheila. This is excellent if you are on a budget and you prefer a simple and big restaurant with facilities for kids and large food portions. If you visit it, do not forget about the dessert, because you will have the chance to taste delicious and fine French cakes.
Greco Donair is a Greek restaurant located downtown Tracadie Sheila. The space is very large and the employees pay very good attention to the hygiene of this place. You should definitely try the Gyros and a typical Greek Salad if you visit it, you will be charmed by the delicious food that you can have in this Tracadie Sheila eatery.